Amanda Lathia

Amanda Lathia

Associate

Amanda Lathia

Associate

Amanda qualified as a solicitor at Dixon Ward Solicitors in Richmond and joined Hunters in the Business Services team in October 2018.

Before pursuing a legal career, Amanda graduated with a M.Eng in Aeronautical Engineering with French from Bristol University and worked as a computer programmer/business analyst for British Airways and an e-commerce software company.

She began studying law as a mature student and completed the GDL and LPC at the University of Law in Bloomsbury. Amanda has experience of a broad range of commercial and employment work, including business terms and conditions, partnership agreements, employment contracts, settlement agreements and unfair dismissal.

Languages

  • FRENCH

Awards

Citywealth Powerwomen Awards 2020

Career Initiative Award, Bronze

MEMBERSHIPS

Amanda is a member of the Franco-British Lawyers Society.

Languages

  • FRENCH

Awards

Citywealth Powerwomen Awards 2020

Career Initiative Award, Bronze

MEMBERSHIPS

Amanda is a member of the Franco-British Lawyers Society.

Latest Headlines

Jun 01, 2020
Amanda Lathia examines the legal challenges of returning to work during the post-COVID-19 lockdown in WealthBriefing
May 15, 2020
Amanda Lathia comments on returning to work during the pandemic
Apr 17, 2020
Amanda Lathia and Stephen Morrall examine measures regarding lay-off and short-time working during Covid-19
Apr 15, 2020
Amanda Lathia and Stephen Morrall examine employees’ rights during the coronavirus pandemic
Mar 11, 2020
Amanda Lathia discusses employment law changes from 6 April 2020 in Employee Benefits
Mar 02, 2020
Amanda Lathia examines off-payroll working rules following the news of Thomson Reuters freelancers in Employer News
Feb 18, 2020
Amanda Lathia examines partnerships and important factors to consider that will help navigate future challenges
Feb 13, 2020
Amanda Lathia examines the increase in fines under the GDPR in Information Security Buzz
Nov 27, 2019
Amanda Lathia discusses firing employees over social media posts in HR Grapevine
Nov 27, 2019
Amanda Lathia comments on the Supreme Court case that led to Royal Mail employee’s dismissal in Personnel Today

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